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Irish FAQ: The Irish Language [3/10]
Section - 5) Do you know of any Irish language Cassette tapes?

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	Here is a list of audio tapes (excluding music) available from...

	Book Distribution Center
	31 Fenian Street
	Dublin 2
	Ireland


	Prices are in Irish pounds but do not include postage (which can
	be considerable for air mail orders).   If you wish to order any
	of this material you should first write, phone (Dublin 616522),
	or fax (Dublin 616564), for a price that includes surface or air
	postage.

	Note: In Ireland VAT (value added tax) does not apply to books,
	but does apply to tapes. However if you live outside the EU
	(European Union) you are exempt from VAT.


	Am Scéalaíochta I
			Stories for young children:
			Sicín Licín; Na Trí Bhéar
			Book and Tape £3.99


	Am Scéalaíochta II
			Stories for young children:
			Na Trí Mhuc Bheaga
			An Circín Beag Rua
			Book and Tape £3.99


	Foclóir Póca - Caiséad
	Phonetic Tape prepared to accompany Foclóir Póca, an
	English-Irish/Irish-English dictionary of the synthetic Standard
	Irish dialect  £4.00


	Íosagán & Scéalta Eile.
	Collection of short stories by Pádraig Pearse. £4.87 + vat
	These stories are also available in print as "Short Stories of
	Pádraig Pearse" which can be obtained for £4.95


	Uair An Chloig Cois Teallaigh - AN HOUR BY THE HEARTH
	Dual Language Book and Tape compendium of folk stories £10.00


	Educational Services Teaching Cassettes
	Irish/Gaelige. Two cassettes with a small phrase dictionary.
	Educational Services Corporation
	1725 K St., N.W., Suite 408
	Washington, D.C. 20006
	+1-(202) 298-8424

	Review: This is a conversation course with minimal grammar (next
	to none).  I'm finding it very useful to start off with, as it
	teaches phrases, which give me a useable foothold with the
	language, and it repeats the Gaelic twice after the English is
	spoken.


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Ivan Brookes
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Dec 21, 2011 @ 8:08 am
I'm looking for information regarding navigable waterways for a 44' fly bridge cruiser for corporate entertainment such as the big horse racing events. I've searched the internet and book stores here in Walws without success.

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Ivan Brookes

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